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Old 10th April 2012, 08:25 PM   #1
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Hello all. I wanted to write and say. Why I think the Enable treatment works? Now I have never bought apair from dave but, I have done the following tweeks to my Fostex fe 126en drivers.

1. I used real black ink to color the cones diffrent.

2. I used 3 coats of the demier varnish.

3. I used 3 coats of the mog pog.

Now I still have the duct seal or plumbers putty to put on the drivers frame and were the magnet meets the drivers frame to help with air flow. I also will put whool felt on the back of the magnet as well. Now I have heard these drivers for awhile now. Bring people over and testing them in diffrent boxes of my own design from start to finish. I have one of the drivers in a corner horn and another one almost done for a bass reflex book shelf I am working on now. My wife came in and she really doesn't care for speakers at all. The first thing she said to me is they are sharper sounding. I know what she way saying. The peakyness is pretty much gone and the ssss roll off more naturaly. More of a closer mic sound. More real and natural like the person is in the room. It is faster,clearer,more louder,more micro details and a better pace a keeping up with the music with silent back round. This is a night and day diffrance. The drivers are so good that I will be using these drivers for a long time. The Enable drivers are something not pass up. Dave a planet 10 knows what he is talking about and I thank him for all the help and e-mails back and forth. Now I know that the Enable drivers work for the testing I have done on my own drivers. Dave keep up the good work and thanks for helping us in the diy world. jm
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Old 10th April 2012, 08:31 PM   #2
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...and the ssss roll off more naturally.
That's ninety percent of it for me. If you can get there, you've done a good job.
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